Wage & Hour Issues: Managing Wage Hour Issues the Right Way
Angelo Spinola, Esq. of Littler Mendelson
You will learn:
- What wage hour policies every company should have.
- The effective use of training for managers and non-exempt employees.
- How to implement a confidential complaint mechanism to resolve wage hour issues.
- How to correctly audit exemption and 1099 classifications.
- Methods for preventing the most common types of off the clock work.
- How to confirm the accuracy of your regular rate and overtime calculations.
- The payroll programming adjustments that will take the target off your back.
- How to properly adjust employee's time records.
- How to spot and eliminate the red flag practices that result in bad class action evidence.
Angelo Spinola, Esq. is a Shareholder with the law firm of Littler Mendelson in Atlanta where he regularly assists employers in promoting an issue-free work environment through counseling, training and other preventive strategies. In addition, Mr. Spinola has extensive employment litigation experience and has litigated all types of discrimination cases brought under both federal and state discrimination laws. Mr. Spinola also represents employers in complex class and collective actions involving overtime and other wage related claims. He also specializes in assisting employers in developing forward thinking compliance measures designed to reduce the risk of litigation. Mr. Spinola represents management in grievance arbitrations, drafts restrictive covenant agreements and litigates issues related to unfair competition and the misappropriation of trade secrets, breach of executive employment contract claims, workers’ compensation retaliation claims, wage and hour misclassification and off the clock work claims under the FLSA as well as a myriad of common law claims asserted under state laws. He regularly appears on behalf of employers in federal courts, state courts and administrative tribunals throughout the Southeast and other parts of the United States. Mr. Spinola is a contributing author of the book “Discrimination, Harassment and the Law” published by Entrepreneur Press. He also co-authored “Wage and Hour Answer Book, 2007 Edition” published by Aspen Publishers, Inc. He received his J.D. degree from George Washington University.
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The fee for this OnDemand webcast and materials is $219.00. You may view the program as many times as you'd like and your access will not expire.